I am running 4.0.6 on Ubuntu 64-bit and Windows 7 32- and 64-bit systems.
I have no problems and would not say anything like "very buggy".
As for 4.1.3, well it is not as "far along" as a line as the 4.0.x line
is. Sure there may be some bugs, but "very buggy" is not what I would
call it either.
I would not use the Portable versions of LO to be the test on how well
LO works normally. Portable versions tend to run very slow for me and
do not represent how well the version actually works as a non-portable
Well, since you state that you use Kubuntu, install 4.0.6 instead of
just downgrading to the 3.6 line. I bet you would like 4.0.6 better
than 3.6.x. Try it and see. I still recommend 4.0.6 to people I deal
with, instead of the 4.1.x line. In a few versions, I should be ready
to jump to 4.1.5 or 4.1.6 and use it as my primary version and start
telling my friends and associates to upgrade then as well.
On 12/14/2013 04:49 PM, Anton wrote:
The actual computer magazine c't compared
OpenOffice and LibreOffice and come to the
result that the new versions of LibreOffice (4.1.x) had
more features than OpenOffice.
(but often unneeded like the work counting ... never understodd who needs
such features I never was asked how many words a my document contains)
But the conclusion was:
*LibreOffice is VERY BUGGY*
I can confirm this:
I Installed LibreOffice on the Windows 7 64 bit PC
of a friend, which he use since Version 3.6.
Last Month I did an upgrade to libreoffice 4.1 on his
Now he had big troubles: From time to time he got the error
"Program does not respond"
I installed now the portable Libreoffice Versions 4.0.x and 4.1.x
and asked him to try out the both ... always the same problems.
He could not work with these versions.
Now I downgraded to libreoffice 3.6 and all works fine.
On my Kubuntu 64 bit Linux I had no problems with LibreOffice,
so its perhaps the Windows version which is actually more buggy.
Please Guys ... SLOW DOWN THE FEATURE ADDITIONS and TEST IT BETTER.
Nobody gives pressure on you, at least not me: I am a great fan of
LibreOffice and switched from OpenOffice to LibreOffice a long time ago.
But ... I will not recommend it to my friends in the next time, sorry.
Kunwar Shivpal Singh wrote:
As appraised to you all I am an ordinary computer user limited to word,
excel & ppt. But an ardent fan & supporter of LIBRE OFFICE.
Was till now using LO 3.?.? not sur eof the succeeding digits. Recently
downloaded 4.1.3 but am facing lot of problems with it:
Hangs for no good reason - almost at par with MS Office with VISTA
got a pdf file converted to word online & the resultant was .rtf LO 4
would open it in .odt allow me to save it in .odt but when I try to open
the LO file I receive an error msg box:
Libre Office 18.104.22.168 X
Circle Error reading file.
Have tried it several times but to the same result.
I feel LO 22.214.171.124 needs some time before novices like can use it.
What would happen if I download LO 3.5.7 (already started it from Source
Forge. Will there be a clash between the 2 versions? Will LO 126.96.36.199
allow me to install the older version LO 3.5.7?
I do not want to first uninstal LO 188.8.131.52 & then install LO 3.5.7 is
this possible? or will there be a down time i.e. uninstall LO 184.108.40.206
then download LO 3.5.7 & then install it?
thanks & regards
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